Bonn, Germany, 5 November 2016. With the construction of the city's subway, the entrance to the rebuilt central station was transferred underground with access through the so-called 'Bonner Loch' (Bonn hole).
Bonn, Germany, 5 November 2016. Originally intended as an open space where people would have coffee while waiting for their trains, the 'Loch' became notorious as a hangout for dealers, junkies, and homeless persons.
Bonn, Germany, 5 November 2016. Underground, the entrance to the subway was badly maintained and a police office set up in the underpass to help reign in petty crime.
Bonn, Germany, 5 November 2016. The underpass was populated by small kiosks and dodgy shops mostly selling cigarettes and alcohol.
Bonn, Germany, 5 November 2016. Above ground, internet cafes, call shops, and other business catering to the underprivileged classes dominated the scene.
Bonn, Germany, 5 November 2016. The backside of the 'Südüberbauung' (southern development) was shared by trash containers and a bar, the 'Hopfenstube' (hop house).